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  • Nice Ride Joe

    Looks like a great way to spend a Sunday Joe
    "Give someone a bike and they may travel efficiently, but teach someone to unicycle and they can feed the soul for the rest of their life."

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    • Finding new sights on an old path

      It's been 2 months since hitting the saddle.
      After an all day rain, I took a fun leisurely ride exploring before the rain starts up again tonight.
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      24"X5'4" giraffe made from child's bike
      24"X7' giraffe made from 1/2" conduit
      24" URC fatty
      32" Nimbus Oracle

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      • Been awhile....

        Hello All....... been awhile....had a knee injury, aged a bit , and life has been a bit busy.
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        • Originally posted by bradahj View Post
          Hello All....... been awhile....had a knee injury, aged a bit , and life has been a bit busy.
          Did your knee injury also come from unicycling? I've been having a lot of trouble with my knee and the only thing I can think of is that I'm somehow sitting twisted on the pedal. During riding it doesn't hurt, but when I've come off and have cooled down it starts to hurt.

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          • Dance corporate event and rainy evning.
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            • An evening ride.

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              • Some pics of Team Ursli and me are here online:
                https://www.ursli.li/gallery/
                If everything's under control, you're going too slow

                I trust in those:

                Triton

                Mountainuni Brake System

                Schlumpf

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                • Dreamy Draw, Phoenix, AZ, earlier this year.
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                  To learn anything, there is simply no substitute for time in the saddle

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                  • Originally posted by JimT View Post
                    An evening ride.
                    Hello Jim, is that the bridge of your "Photoshop" dismount?
                    Oldest kid in town - neighbour

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                    • Originally posted by fetzenschorsch View Post
                      Hello Jim, is that the bridge of your "Photoshop" dismount?
                      Yes, same bridge. It is on my driveway between the public road and my house. It ends up in my photos quite often, about 30 years of my bridge photos at: http://www.pbase.com/jimthode/thodebridge

                      When I started riding my 36er it took awhile till I was comfortable riding across the bridge. I still have a section of driveway between the bridge and the public road that is about 17% grade and quite bumpy. I've made it up that section a couple times but most of the time not. Coming down the hill is not too much of a problem.

                      Jim

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                      • Pumpkin Parade!

                        Had a great time!
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                        • https://www.strava.com/activities/18...witter.android

                          Strava link with photos. It was a 18.odd mile loop along Scotland's Southern Upland Way, I made it a loop, Stranraer to Port Patrick and back. 2600ft of climbing. 80% rideable. I've done the 3 Peaks Cyclocross race a few times and the effort involved with this ride is definitely on par, absolutely knackered. Some Cat 4 climbs! Legs are destroyed!
                          Last edited by Gm7dha; 2018-10-11, 03:09 PM.

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                          • A night ride with a little extra flair:



                            Jim

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                            • A morning ride. Taking advantage of fall colors.

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                              • Breaking out the old 26uni

                                Not many lollipop uni's around now, fixed the puncture and got out on the trail. Good to hear people's comments, throughly enjoyable ride of about 6k.
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                                Unicyclists control pedals

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